Right-Wing Website “Westmonster” Can’t Believe Twitter Would “Censor” Drudge Report

Isn’t it hilarious when people get caught talking out of both sides of their mouth?

I think so.

See the thing is, big government should stay out of the affairs of private enterprise.

Why should a bunch of bureaucrats be allowed to influence decisions that should by all rights be left in the hands of the people who actually worked to build their own businesses and who, almost by definition, have a better read on what’s good for their companies, their shareholders, and their customers?

…said every good conservative at every possible opportunity.

But apparently, that doesn’t apply on Monday to Twitter. Which, despite being a private enterprise responsible first and foremost to its shareholders and users, shouldn’t be allowed to make up its own mind about what kind of content should be marked “sensitive.” 

Or at least that’s what “Westmonster” – a site launched by Arron Banks, the biggest financial backer of the campaign to leave the EU, and co-owned by Nigel Heaver, a former press adviser to Nigel Farage (imagine that) – thinks:


Yes, this is “shocking censorship that should worry us all.”

Gosh, who should step in to save us all from private enterprises making their own decisions about their businesses?

Maybe government?

Oh wait…

There’s your daily dose of hypocrisy folks, courtesy of the alt-Right and exposed courtesy of yours truly,





3 thoughts on “Right-Wing Website “Westmonster” Can’t Believe Twitter Would “Censor” Drudge Report

  1. “Some people’s idea of free speech is that they are free to say what they like but if anyone says anything back, that is an outrage”. Winston Churchill.

    This has happened from the Beltway in Washington D.C. to Berkeley in California, and around the world. It seems that all radicals, of every stripe, act and react the same. It’s been said that a man becomes what he opposes. Once again, the truth rears it’s ugly head. Donald Trump is pondering the destruction of a sovereign state. Let’s hope deeper thinkers hold sway.

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